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BRITISH NOTE IS
Cologne Gazette Sayi Thii it Rtal
Meaning of It . Despite Iti
COMMENT OF THE FRENCH PRESS
AMFTFflPAM. Jan. 1?.-(VI l.ndn.)
The Colosji OaiPtv, refrrrtn In a re
rent fsue to Grnal rrltnln rply to the
American not on lhtppln;, expressed the
nplnlon thst thin cnmiiynVatlon from
London, In spHe of ll rxrrrs-lnn of
frtendllnse. la In fart a fist negative.
Tha OssrUe uphold th contention that
the Increase of A
rlcnn exports to neti- !
tral countries has tecs du entirely to the I
increased home re'iu'remrnts of these
French tlew af nr.
PARIS'. Jan. 12. The reply of the Hilt-
lah rovernmcM to President Wilson's pro
test against Interference against Amerl
ean hlpflns: l widely commented In tin
All consider the reply niodeiate and
conclllstory and express confidence that
a Satisfactory arrangement will be ar
la writing, to tha Flaaro on the aubjort
Gabriel Ilsnotaux, former minister of
foreign aflalrs, seys:
"Tha sood faith of both sides being
beyond doubt, the British note sppcars to
ma to turn Mt a bat of agreement, the
result of which wl'l be helped by a
realisation that neutral commerce bene
fits very largely by the necessities, of tha
belligerents and should therefor show
Itself disposed to submit to Inconvenience.
COMMITTEE PLACES. -ARE
IN THE TWO HOUSES
(Centlnucd from Psge One.)
toe; Hoagland, Lancaster; fpencsr,
Agriculture Bygland. Boooe, chairman;
Jlenry, Colfax; Kobertson. Holt; tiatea,
Sarpy; lhnr, Fillmore;. Uouthell.
Dawson; bhumway, Itlxon.
Hanks and Currency Hpencer,' Osge.
chairman; Kygland, lioone: Henry, t'ol
fax; Howell, Iiougiss; Oates. Karpy;
UJouthett, Dawson: Marshall, Lancaster.
Constitutional Amendmenta and Fed
eral Relations krumlmch. Polk, Chair
man; plrk, Saline; Hrvoklry, flay; Hert
ford. IHiiKlas: Wilson, Iode; Saunders,
o1a: Mallery, Box Unite.
l-ralnase, Irrigation and -Water Power
combined wink. Huffalo, chairman;
Heal, .t'uster; Galea. Harpy. PHIer, Rew
ard: Klechel, Nemaha: Hhumway,
iMnn: Hushes. Kimball,
Kdurallon iFnlvcrslty and Normal
Schools! and Uhrary Wilson, lodte,
4'balrman; Henry, i'oltax: Klechel, Nem
aha; Ihihrman, Hall; Hodge, Douglas;
l'iller, Heward: Splrk, Pallne.
Knrolled and KngrosseiJ. Hllls-Qulnby,
Douglas, chairman; Ilohertson. Holt;
Real, l uster; Dodge. Douglas; Marshall,
Finance. ' Ways and Means Kohl,
"Way nr. chalrnva.n; Wilson. Iodgo; Wink,
Huffalo; (jnlnby, Douglas: -Brook ley,
lay;. Howell, ftrniglas; Klccel, Nemaha;
Bush. Kimball: Mallery,- Hon Hutte.
Claiina and Deficiencies Weeiner;
Orac. Harlan;' Wilson. Frontier; Uah
nera, Fillmore: Hhumway, Dixon.
Kleh and Gamd Uraca. Marian, chair
man:' llulirman, Hall; Krumbach, Polk;
founders, Douglaa; Lahners, Fillmore.
Hlvtiways, hr.ciges stnd Ferries Ga tea,
'!'. rpv, cbalrmsn: Hygland, Boons; Rob
ortsoa, Holt-, Wllsiin, Frontier; lluden.
Knose; l.uihai f, ,. Fillmore. .. PoulheU,
Dawson, t , i i i,i
Insarsnce V.' Henry, v Colfak: Howell,
Douftias; ; Mattea, nt'e; Kohl. " ayne,
tiatea, Ptrxy; Lioutlielt, Dawson; Rudei),
Knot; bsndall, York; Hhumway, llxon.
Judiciary Heal, CiW.cr; Mattes. Otoe;
(Jiitnby. Douglas;, Hroukle', Clay; Kohl.
W'svac; Kaudall, York; Hnshec, Ktmliali;
pllk, Valine; 8,x.ner, Gage.
Labor Maiiety, Hox Hutte; Wulnhy,
IDouxIhs) Wegener, IVebater; Hedford.
iDouliia; Klerhel, Nemaha.
Live. Stock and Graxlng-Hcdford. Doug
las; Hrookley, l.iuy: Hticrmnn, Hall; Hu
urn, Knox; Itotithetl, l'aon.
Manufuvl'ircs, Hcfll anil Oommerca
f omblnedi Filler, fwward, (lialrnvan;
Leal, fust..r: Krumbacn, I'oik: Wink.
Huffalo; Dtxlge, louia; Mallery, Hox
f'utte; eplrk, ttallne.
Helical focletles Wilson, Frontier,
rhaJrinsn; Itsxlaiul. Loone; Wecsner,
f Wrtister; Randall, York' Mai shall, La li
es si er.
Miscellaneous rVruoratlons M sttes,
f'ior, chairman; Howrll, Douglas; Kohl,
Wayne; W ilson. Frontier: Henry.Tolfex ;
SHiiiuiera, lnuglas; timhre, Kimball.
Miscellaneous , citibWts launders., of
toiglaa; Wink, liiil (alo;. Ora' e, Harlan;
Mrnin, rronller; prk. Fallno.
Mimtrtpal AffHUa Howell, tmiiglaa,
rhatrmant UuKiliy, Itouglss: Wilson,
Ixxtge; Kpencer,sge; , lluagland, Lan
caster, rlvllegea and Klectlons Wilson, Fron
tier, halrman: Mattea, litoe; Hrookley,
Clay; Pplrk. 8ullne; lalmeia, Jefferson.
Publio Inslltuiloiis (Including Insane hos
lllals, reform schools and other asylum,
soldiers' homes, sta4e penitentiary, ileaf.
dumb and blind Institutes, public landa
ana buiidingsl. Kelchel. Nemaha: Henry,
'Ifax; Hulirman, Hall; Krumbach, Polk;
Wilson. Frontier; l'iller. Hrward; Hoag
land, InrasiVr:' Openisr. itage.
H II road -Hrookley, Clay, chairman;
iKedford. lHiuglas; tJrace, Harlan; Mattoa,
tHoe; 11. Kohl, Wayne; Hoagland, l-n-raaler;
Pandall. York; Hudcn, ' Kno;
Cialea, Parpy. . ; .
Revenue and Tavatlon-Huhrnisci, Hall,
chairman;' tjtitntiy. Dougles; Weeaner,
Wcbctrr: Wink. HufUlo: llllrv, Bug
Hutte; Utiahec. Klmlmtl; Maraliall. La ti
fcrhon! fands and Funds Robeiiaon,
Holt, rhalrnutn. Hytiland; Hooue; Wees
nr. Webster; Dodgr, Douglm; BandalL
Bryan Will Lobby
.For County Judges
fProm a Waff tAurrspondeit.)
LINCOLN. Jan. U.-(Bpeclal.)-Vllber
P. Bryant of Hartlivcton has register? i
with the secretary of state a lobbyist
representing the State Aseorlal'on, of
The aaaiK-lation It attempting to put
the offUc on a different fee basis ami
to secure higher salaries Mr. Bryant'
Is til first name on the register, which
Is provided for by law. Frank E.' Kdger
ton. former assistant attorney general,
ba announced, however, that he win
represent the rhlroi racier.
SAUNDERS' LIGHT PLANT
' BILL GIVEN NUMBER IX
(rrom a Staff Correspondent.!
LINCOLN. Jan. LTt Special. )-.enator
Kaundcrs' bill, 8. P. No. f empowers
metropolitan water dutrlcts to construct
and operate electric light plants.-
The bill give the board of director of
t he water district 'of Omaha the power
to employ and consult with expert In
the first place concerning the advisability
of establishing electric light service. It
provide lor the calling tit an election by
the board, if teemed advisable' to con
struct such a plant, upon the question
of the uuan'-o of such bonds.
The bill fixes the maximum compenaa
lkn to he charged fvr alreet Illumination
k fellow : Tb watt nitrogen lights
oa pole circuits. V, per year; M watt
nitrogen . lights on eonJutt circuits. t0
year; M watt flaming arcs, fw per
Senate Employes to
Wear Metal Badges,
As is Done in House
(From a (Usff Correspondent.)
MNCOt.N, Jan. II. prlsl.-F.m-T'lcy
of the senate will wear metal
bedKie derlsnatlnic their respective of.
liner, arrordlnic to a resolution Inlrodured
Uy Senator Wilson of Frontier ronnty this
momlm sod pneeed. This- practice wsi
adopted In tha house seversl sessions ago
and has been In voRiie there since.
Inasmuch e they now have printer!
route! of the -dally Journal placed upon
their desks every mornlns;, the senators
hsve dispensed permanently with the
resdlne of the minutes of the previous
session.' such n measure having been
adopted on the motion of Henator klechel.
The senate has received a ropy or a ,
resolution rent over by the house, as
adopted In that body, taklna stepa aaJnet
the useless duplication of bills as an tin-
nerasaary epense. The eo-ortratlon of
the senate was asked, although tha rcso-I
int ion was not proposed a a Joint mee.
inc. Wether similar measures will be
taken In the upper body has not yet even
been discussed formally.
DEFEATED IN HOUSE
(Continued from Page Ona.1
aa that which attended the vote on the
prohibition amendment recently.
Webb ! for Opaxmllloa.
Hepren.ntatlve Webb, chalrmsn of the
Judiciary rommlttee, led off thei debate
tri opnosltlon to the, amendment. 'He be
lieved that if the question were voted on
by women mor than 81 per cent would
vole against suffrage,
' Debate on the apertsl rule had been
concluded by the floor lesders of the re
publican and, democratic sides, Repre
sentative Mann supporting the amend
ment and Representative Vndcrwood op
'Then tendency of .the world every
where' is toward enlarging the grant of
power to those who shall control tha
destinies of tha nations,", said Mr. Mann.
"Wa may stay the current for a mo
mailt, but civilisation and progress de
maada the (ranting of the franchise to
those who have the power and knowledge
to use U."
The right of the states to rontroi the
franchise was Instated upon by Mr. Un
derwood.' "Thlr qucsAlon,"' he said.' "Is the grav
est one this body haa had to consider, i
I'satn. ESS :
You do not' believe (
I deny that the exercise
la a universal right
It I a right. Many of those who will
vol for this amendment her today are
from states which would deny this right
to other races because you believe It j
would destroy your civilisation. There-'
fore. you recognise that It Is k privilege;
anu a .universal ngill
alls Morrsaeat a Fad.
Mr. WsbU charged thit woman suffrage
was mo-e or less a fad.
;'These agitating woman' surfvagletfl
want something to agitate -aborit and If
they , should find nothing t ' agitate
about they would be disappointed." he
said. "If they can get It they don't want
it; if thty can t get It they'll carry on
agltstlon for It. t for one shall vote
against thla amendment In order to pro
leot womankind agalnst Itself.-"
k- Osprestitatlva Tylor of Colorado gup-
ported the tiyiendment, saying lb aop
poalfiun was' prejudiced and misinformed.
vr believe th welfaro of 'tke-liatlonal
republic Is superior td the whim of any
state," pe declared. .
Representative Monde!! of Wyoming,
co-author of the resolution, urged Its
adoption In a speec h which traced ' the
history of t! movement
Representatives MaDunald of Michi
gan, Brown of New- York and Mevens
of .New. Hampshire erk for tha reso
lution, and Representatives Aberciomble
of Alabama and itsrly of Texss made
brief but vigorous speeches against It.
Kepresentativ Aber romb(e . of Ala
bama said ha would vcte agaJnit the I
amendment, but thai ha had n0 doubt
the women- of the - eotiritry ultimately
would be given the bsij.it, -either state by
atate or .through a, fedor! 'conaUtutlonal
a mend me
nt.. He favor! women uffraga ,
hv the i.ia.j nirunaiiv I
by the .stale. Tlepresentgt ve
l.arlietl of Cleorgla and ItenreaentatlVe
Hisson of Mississippi vigorously .opposed
the resolution; Insisting ctbat the right
to, demand the suffiao question should
be left to the stgtea. , , , !
Representative! A M added ot Illinois,
Towner, of Iowa, Barnhart of Indiana
and Baker of California .supported the
reaolutlon In brief, . spevches. ,
Pra lees t'stlag - Wssjssi
, - Ref resentatlve feldomrldge of, Colorado
supported the resolution and praised tha
voting women of his slate. In o prosing
the resolution Representative Hughes of
(laprgta declared thsl should the pro
posed .amendment be rstlfled by the
states It would precipitate a serious sit.
uation In the southern utMcs on account
of the race problem.
Hisses and audible cxrresslona of re
sentment frequently Interrupted a speech
of Representative Bowdlo of Ohio, who
undertook to discuss the suffrage cause
In humorous 'vein, and argued that a
scientific analysis of woman's nature
showed her to be totally -disqualified as
a voter and office holder.'
As the dsy passed into night, with the
dibate still In progress, arguments for
suffrage were made by Reiresautatlves
Oampton. Farr, Hayes. Ktnnot and Oor
man. while among the opioneiits were
Representatives Sloan. Carter and Mul-
I Representative Hektf" of Missouri la
'supporting the amendment replied to
Repreaentatlve Horn die. . He declared that
the governmental co-operation of wo
men was a great bleating, and derided
the Idea that women's lack of ability
for military service Disqualified her aa
Representatives Havden of Arlsona,
Keating of Colorado, Volstead of Minne
sota. Hellly of Connecticut. Cllne of In
diana, Kega of Ohio and Baker cf New
Tork also supported the amendment.
7 ft era ia Only Ono
To Cat Thm OrNUmr. OmU'Fo Thm ruil Httn
( Tb9 World Ovm to O a Cold lit Cam Day
Wbenaver yon teal a cold coming en
think cf the full mom LAXATIVE
UKOMO QUININE. Look for Ihi
si(natar oa tba boa. Pri&a U caata
French Official Report Tells of
Numerous Minor Fights from
North 6ea to Alsace.
MORE SNOW IN THE MOUNTAINS
PAniSII. Jan. 11-Th fi-r.tln In the
western theater of the war did not yes
terday shiw any developments of Im
portance, according to the official report
I given out by the French war offlca this
; pfternoon. There were artillery eachsnne
;at some t..lnts aions; the line and In-
rantry attacks on trenches. In some of'
these encounters the French Clulm to
have been Miccessful. It Is still snowing
m the Vosnes mountain.
Tbe statement Is n follows: ,
"From tha sea to the Oisn there was
ymerday an Intermittent-cannonading
f ,lry violent at certain I'laces
On the Alsne to tha torth of Solsaons
determined attacks have been delivered
egalnst the trenches occupied by us on
tho eighth and the tenth of January. The
enemy during yesterday attacked our
positions several times.
"W reiiulaed him and wo took posses
sion of more trenches.
"From Solssona to Rhelma there were
artillery exchanges. Our heavy pieces of.
artillery responded efficaciously ta the
battel lee and the mine thrower of the
"In Champagne. In the region of
Boualn, there waa yesterday very active
shooting by our artillery directed against
the positions of our adversaries near
"LeFortln. situated to the north -of tho
Beausejour farm, ii the scene Of des
perate encounter. The. enemy succeeded
in setting up a trench at a point WHht:i
a series of field works, the commanding
position of which was held by us. This
fighting still la going on-
"In the Argonne and 1 far , as the
Mens there Is nothing to report..
"In the heights of the Mouse there
have been two Gorman attacks, one at
the forest of Consevoya and the other at
the forest . of Bouchot. Each was re
pulsed. . .
"To the southeast of Clrey-8r-vesousa
one of our detachments surprised and put
to flight a Oerman company which was
pillaging the villa St 8t Bauveur.
. "In the Vosges and In Alsac the day
passed quietly. Bad weather and the
He Suggests Solons '
, V n T ,m t
Remitting Their Pay
(From ft Staff, Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. . 12.(SpoclaI.)-lf . tho
! members of the legislature really want to
practice economy . where It counts, they
ought' to. remit, tbelr own ..salaries and
work for nothing. .That Is the suggestion
of Representative Orenwalt of .Custer
county. - '
Oreenwait la one of the members who
favors an allowance ot stamps to each
member for hU legislative correspondence.
Tha stamp proposition has been up a
couple of time and on each occasion the
house ye ted against It; greatly to the
Custer nwrnbor'a disgust.
"If it wasn't for the notoriety. I'd make
a motion that all the members work
wlLkout pay during the soseion." said
Mr. Oreenwait.. "'That would save tha
state' no, 009 and be . something . worth
while. It would gave twenty times aa
much as tha stamps would cost."
New Bills Introduced
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan.v U-(8peclal.)-Follow-Ing
Is a list of bills Introduced in the legis
. Senate Bill.
.S. r. U, Bedford of Iougla's-Permlts
ti.e levy of t mill for the poor In Doug
las county. i
8. K. 19 Bedford of Douglaa Placing!
trustee of an exnreao trust or endowment
guardian or administrator of trust moneys
u"a' "trol of Htato Hanking board,
. 81 F- Bedford of Uouglaa Declaring
,trlct Judge ex-officlo commissioners of
the supreme court to serve without extra
a r. U. Kelrhel of Nemaha Requires
a petition of three-fifths feet frontage for
paving. m cities of second class and. vit
al. K. H Buahee of klmball-Provides
lor county rural scgooi oielrlcts.
. r. 13, Qutnby of ttovuprlas Repeals the
Previous statute regarding capital punlsh
el. P. 14. Wink of Buffalo Pensions
(volunteer firemen In cities of the fin
riasa or less than S.IMO Inhabitants during
disability while Injured la the discharge
of their duties.
a K. . Wink of Buffalo Same aa No.
14, but relate to Incorporated village.
H. K. W. Grace of Harlan Provides that
transportation be given to careUUcera of
Stock ahlpments both wayat
bV. t V, Hygland of Hoon Provides for
audit ot all bills and expenses of alt
county commissioners by county Judge,
treasurer and clerk of district court.
H. F. 2S. Bygland of Boone Regulate
manner of presenting petition to offi
cials of clttra of lea than 6.0JO, requiring
publication of earn.
H. P. 2, Hya-land of Boone Authorise
county agricultural societies to snmo-
prlat and acquire title to land and the
nieinoa of compensation for owners. .
h, v. so Wilson of KronUr--Publla
warehouse bill. ' "
II. R. ft, Anderson of Boyd Provide
penalty of Ui fine or thr month in Jail
fur assisting In the escape of any prisoner
held for extradition to another stste.
H. H. 13, Hetian of Platte Extends law
governing eunaiructlon and 'repair of
bridgea over county line boundary
streams to Include bridges situated within
one county, but used generally by the
people of aa adjoining rounlv.
H, H. U, Tlbbets of A darns Provides
for nrganlsation of county rural school
H. It. lv Tlbbeta of Adams-ProMblts
hunting with pump guns and automatic
ill. IL M, Relsner of Thomas and Tlb
beta of Adams Extends law (or ' pay
rcnt of Indemnity to owners of glsndered
koraes or mules so ss to hiclud animals
afflicted whh duraine and aiao rattle
having tuberculosis. AM penally of
t:.000 fl-e or JhII Imprisonment of from
three to six months, or both, for harbor
In disessed annual
11. It V. Howard of Houglas Regulate
hour and wagea of adult Iwuorera, fixing
minimum wane af 20 cents per hour ur
I per week, and limits labor period In
any one tay to ten hours. Provides
cents per hour for overtime where work
la done by toe wek. Penalty $31 to II'
fine or Jail Imprisonment for thirty davs.
H. H. . Korff of Cedar Proposed con
stitutional amendment providing that In
co-operative eompanles no person shalK
have more than one vote at any stock
H, R. , Hoffmelater of Phase) An
proprlstes llnn.injn for hospital building at
the university medical collesre In Omaha.
H. R, o, Kleschek of Richardson Re
quires all public service corporations to
psy their emplovea twice each month;
penalty 110 to two fine for each offense;
each day's failure to pay is made a gen
H. R. II, Jormley of Kearney Creates
supreme court commission of nine mem
bers appointed by the governor. Terms
two years each; salaries I2.&0O per year.
Mrs. Blair Tells
is Not Fattening
"Don't cat candy. If comcone gives
you a box of candy, give It away.' It is
detrimental to your health," Mrs. Mar
garet J. .Blair told the saleswomen of
tho Burgess-Nastr store Tuesday morn
ing. "Drink lots of water.. It won't
make you fat," wss her further advice.'
Physical exercises to be performed the
first thing In the morning, diet hints,
beauty In dress and lessons In good sales
manship, are subjects Included -In Mrs.
Blair's lectures each morning to the
'"Imagination is a great thing if eul-j
tlvate." declared Mrs. Blair. "Always
imagine that you are going to be a
buyer some day, and one morning you
will awake and find yourself the buyer."
The modem home, technique of living,
beauty In dress, shopping and adultera
tion of fabrics, as ell as kindred sub
jects, will be taken up In lectures to
women each afternoon during the week
on the third floor of the Burgess-Nub
WASHINGTON. Jan. 12.-Brlgadler Gen
eral Andrew S. Burt, U. 8. A., retired,
veteran of the civil, Spanish, Philippine
and a number of Indian wars, died here
early today of heart failure. He was a
native of Cincinnati and was 76 year old.
IS APPROVED BY CLUB
The John P. Breen bill providing for
forcible annexation of the suburbs of
Omaha was approved by the executive
rommlttee of the Commercial club yea
terday poon. Mr. Breen appeared before
the committee with a copy of his bill
and nave a talk on the matter of the
proposed forcible annexation.
Notes from Yankton.
YANKTON, P. D, Jan. 12. (Special.)
At Meckllng On Sunday the new Congro
gatlonal church, which cost 14,000, was
dedicated and was started on Its mission
free of debt encumbrance.
Farmer are selling their wheat here
at tl.0. Just double the price maintaining
In this city thirty years ago.
The city Board, ot Education haa called
a. special election here for Januarr 30
to vote on bonds for $100,000 to build a
new high school building;, that manual
training and domestlo sclenoe depart
ments may.be added, aa well aa a mod
ern gymnasium and large assembly room.
.Bee Want Ada Are tha Best Bu sines
Read Pally by People in Search ot Ad
vertised Opportunities. . '
THE HOUSE OF MENAGH
TThe tor for OeaUewonaea." .
IO01T19 AT rntTST-TWTwTl!ll TilHtM VTKVBT
(The Purr) Food Sign)
The same quallt) of materials th
places mat .nr. n
TJPI Without a nival for. Drunken
' rtiv ncss and Drug Using
l i , i i iiisan1 The Ala. Cured by a thorough and scientific course ot
treatment, which remove the craving or nereaslty for II
mior or rirugs. Imnaxts new atragth to every organ and build UO the general
health. Tho only Keeley inatitut In the Slate of Nebraska. .
thk kiu:e;uc;y institute.
Oerreaponoeaaa OoaUeuMsU. Ooraa Uta aa Oa m. OsaajM. V.
Turpin's Dancing Academy 28th and Tarnam
' Class for beirinnars and advanced pupils separate evenluga The latsat
erase, Canter Hesitation, can be dancd to fox trot, on ail r waits u.ualsk
New lira, llainey 6141. Prttata leaaona aadiy.
WILSON SAYS HE
Fretidsnt Had No Intention of An
nouncing' Candidacy for Re
flection at Indianapolis.
REFUSES TO DISCUSS THE PLANK
'Washington; Jan. 12-rrcaident
Wilson declared todar that he was not
thinking nf annminrln tila rinilldarv '
for 1914 when he made the statement In
his Indianapolis speech recently thet the
people of tho United States might have a
chance to Julge of bis acta.'
His utterance was Interpreted by the
audience and by other at the time as I
a hint that ha might be a candidate for i
re-election. The president explained ' to
caller today that what he had In mind i
was that the future generation would
pass upon hi act a president.
The president today absolutely refused !
to discuss the questions of being a can-
dldate. Efforts were made to get n fx 1
pre salon of opinion from him on the term
plank of the Baltimore platform, but Mr. '
Wilson shook his head and refused to
answer questions. H said that he could ,
not talk about himself.
EIGHTY MEN ENTER
PLEAS OF GUILTY
(Continued from Page One.)
been held by the Investigators who re
turned bills ngalnst more than fifty
dynamiters here In 1S12.
Blew Question Involved.
According to local attorney the Terra
Houte investigation mark the first time
that the federal government has ever
attempted Jurisdiction over the election
machinery. Frank C. Daller, I'nltcd
Statea district attorney for Indiana, who
personally presented the case before the
grund Jury I working on the theory that
since a United Stale senator and a
member of congress were elected, any
efforts to manipulate the election Illeg
ally constituted fraud against the United
Included In the 114 persons arrested are
ten city and county officials, among
them being the mayor, city Judge, city
comptroller, chief of police, two members
of the city board of works, the sheriff
and a Judge of the circuit court Then
there ara fourteen city employes holding
minor appointments, while the remainder
of the group Is composed cf attorneys,
aloon keeper and men with "occupa
RAIL COMMISSIONER TO
HEAR THE GOHNER CASE
(From a ftaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 12. (Special.) A mem
ber of the State Railway com mission will
go' to Seward Wednesday to hear the
application of the Lincoln Telegraph and
Telephone company for permission to
abandon It Oohner exchange, which Is
vary small. The company propose to
rout tha business over rural line con
nected wrlth other exchange. It 1 ex
pected that Commissioner Clarke will be
the one to to.
Baa Want Ada Produce Results.
- Iewa 1 aorta waters. ,
WASHINGTON, Jan. IX (Special Tele
gram.) Iowa postmartera reappointed:
Alvord. Lyon county, Frank J. Wyamett;
'Barney, Madison county, Milton Btephen-
tOB. ' . ' "
AT THE HOUSE
There are about 100 garment
offered for this a!e tomorrow.
They ax Coats, Suit and
Die, that usually sold for
116, (It, 1 40. and soma old
for a much aa 125. They are
a lot that we are offering for
Oi Display "J
Arlsona ll- SffWM
v r. D a l a- Made front
war Peach. the flneet
Rocky Moun- cotton rmrn
tain Blue w . ' ,
Newport. rr',u" t0
Palm Bee. Oo on
Sand and aJe Tfln
Piping Rock at.... OD
$1.50 mists for J9o
They an pure whit.' made
from the aoftest of voiles;
some are trimmed . with
Taffeta ribbon, other are
made with Imitation
French embroidery fronts.
All slSes, ti. to 44. on sale
iii Sovtk litk, mtft
! Xo-la HtrMt
1411 rajraaaa tcrt
h.t, arei pnrrbaaexl for theao eating
u in ra own nonte.
Our January Sale of
Thji sale ia in keeping witli our policy of a
thorough clearance each year. Every Sweater in stock
is offered at the following reduction in price
, spS.50 Sweater-. .. .5.25 $2.25 nnd $1.75 Sweater
$0.50 Sweaters.... $3.05 Jackets 95
$3.75 Sweaters. . :.;..' ' $2.15
, , Every sweater is from our own carefully selected
regular stock. A total of 73 sweaters iu -white, blue, red,
gray and brown. ' - ,
Our January Clearing Sale of
Fine Ready-to-Wear Apparel
is attracting larger crowds than ever because
women appreciate the ridiculously low prices on
Buch a high grade of apparel.
Suits up from $0.75
Coats up from $4.05
Dresses up from $12.50
January Linen Sale
Specials for Today
85c Snow White Turkish Towels .50c each
$15.00 Hemstitched Linen Sheets, 90x96. . .$5.00 each
$6.00 Bleached Dumfennline Tablecloths. .$4.00 each'
75c Fine Snow Huck Towels . .... I. ........ . 50c each
50c Guest Bird's Eye Huck Towels. 39c each
40c Guest Huck Towels 25c each
$3.00 Fine Tablecloths, Bleached. $2.00 each
$3.50 Fine Bleached Tablecloths.. ..$2.75 each
$1.00 Extra Heavy Turkish Towels 69c each
8c Turknit Wash Cloths.. v... 3c each
75c, 24-inch Figured Huck Toweling. .... .59c a yard
$1.50, 72-inch Bleached Table Damask. . .$1.00 a yard
65c Made Roller Towels 50c each
50c Made Roller Towels. . . 35C each
$10.00 Fine Irish Tablecloths. $7.50 each
$2.75 Hemstitched Plain Linen Cloths. .... .$2.25 each '
$1.00 Embroidered Guest Towels .50c each
15c Bleached Crash Toweling .......... 12 3c a yard
$13.5a Madeira Lunch Set $7.50 a set
$20.00 Sheer Embroidered Bed Spreads. . . .$10.00 each
$5.00 Irish Embroidered Lunch Cloths... $3.50 each
$35.00 72-inch Round Cluny Lace Cloths.. $17.50 each'
40c Madeira Scalloped Embroidered Doilies, 20o each
50c Madeira Scalloped Embroidered "Doilies, 25c each
65c Madeira Scalloped Embroidered Doilies, 33c each
$15.00 Fine Austrian Tablecloths ....$10.00 each
$50.00 Fine Austrian Tablecloths; . : ? . w :$35;00; 'each :
$50.00:Fine Austrian Napkins. ..$35.00 a dozen
50c Huck Towels, Hemstitched. .39c each '
45o Huck Towels, Hemstitched ........25c each
$1.00 Huck Towels, Hemstitched 65c each
Don't Miss the Great
January Sale of Colored
Dress Goods Half Price
All kinds of good, sea
sonable materials from
handsome diagonals, coat
ings, to fino imported
B r o c h e Novelties. In
many instances where the
prices were . already re
duced, lots remaining un
sold and broken lines have
been still further reduced.
Your choice of the entire
lot HALF PRICE.
. Special Announcement:.
Watch" this' Evening's
Paper u for an interesting
Special from tho Silk. De
Presents "Th Becena tnf e," Adak, BOo,
JAN.' 14 r 15 - IS Tbnrarrt
a Wande Taw af tha Valvar.
rerld'a Oreateat Marlelan ' 0 rovla
1M Utarta Carload Elfeota.
, Douyltt 1111
aalaaoe sf week. Stat. tar.
aaj. naaUoaai Ut
Cat-, 85c aria-ht. as aa4 Me.
eat Week "TBVOsTOKX AKT
IMdpatk Serl Is, t
THE BOHUMIR KRYL CO.
ATOITOaXIirM. JAsT 14.
lft-15-ao cents to hulilwrs of nifmber
slup Keserve sata at bos
Offlc Jan. H at a.m. i
Tat CkaaA-a af Sate a Tkia snuaaajr.
nM toiar, 4M
Other Act: Oank
North Co.; TU
Khiii IJm. r; Krrt Merkcl. Kramer
A l'attl-)i; Orpbeuni Travrl Weekly,
Prlcra: Mat., !.. lv, bal Mats IMtfPI
aat. Bua). Ijc NUtiia. lc. . Ie. ;k
BELDEN & CO.-
January Sale' oi Sheets,
Pillow Cases and
9-4 Bleached' Sheeting,
our regular brands at '"
27, 30, 33 a yard.
4 2rinch and 45-inch ,
Pillow Tubing, at 10,
20, 23 and 24t? yard. .
t Sun Bleached Bed;
Sheets, seamless, 81x90,
good quality of sheeting,
for hotels and rooming
houses, at 60 each.
45x36-inch Scalloped .
Pillow Cases, fine quality
of muslin and well made,
at 10 each.
17Ui aaf Dangia SU. Omala,
ClUM. kv it .am m
- vu OU I
par cent on your money t
AMI HEME. NTS.
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Daily Mat., la-tl-BOe
k TKVnt OWsT
.r'uA1... "M0K0CCO BOUND"
Aa Sctnloa S Lui la Tw Tolaaae
K 1 1 1 V Ar k'niinv U.i.n,, t, ui K a
srown and bnet of fnn maker an i
ra(ure. Bij- lancin; Heanty Chorurt
I.aala' Pima ItaMnea Beesy Weekday
Sa Ova Be ara at tka
Korth Sidft CEiKISIIAN CHOECH
tad aad Irftkry Bta. , .
Monday Evening, January 18
Tloket aoe aad tl at Xavdaa Br.
; look in . j
PAID 5 HARES j
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